Long-term healing and strengthening are greatly helped with physical therapy (PT). Many exercises for balance, proprioception, walking and therabands can help stabilize the ankle joint.
Almost one million Americans live with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). With this disabling disease of the central nervous system, the immune system attacks the covering of nerve fibers, resulting in communication disruptions between your brain and your body. The disease eventually may cause permanent nerve damage. As of now, there is no cure for MS. Some […]
If you have leg pain or weakness during exercise or even just walking, then you may have reduced blood flow to your legs.
To improve your health, it’s essential to assess your present health, wellness and exercise habits. Then you can focus on areas that need improvement, set some reasonable goals and possibly change your life.
Physicians routinely recommend physical therapy (PT) for children and teens who have sports injuries or other trauma. PT can also benefit youngsters with movement problems from a disease, illness or disability.
Dementia is a term for a set of symptoms caused by disorders that affect the brain. Dementia is progressive, meaning that the symptoms get worse. These symptoms include problems with thinking or language and/or memory loss.
When a brain injury is suspected, cognitive evaluations are in order.
Some assessments help to measure a brain injury’s severity by checking a person’s ability to move their limbs and eyes and how well they can follow directions.
When the ground is slick and icy, just picking up the mail at your mailbox can be risky. Here is our top list of common winter injuries and how to avoid them this winter:
A tremor is an uncontrollable and unintentional movement of one part of your body, such as one limb. A tremor is usually caused by a neurological problem in the section of your brain that controls your muscular movement.
Your body is really an amazing work of engineering. Not only does it respond to the movements that you demand, but the autonomic nervous system (ANS) controls many other processes that you are usually not even aware of.